FUN IN THE SUN 2018
It is that time of year again, Fun in the Sun will be returning this summer. Fun in the Sun is a FREE summer camp for Manchester residents that are ages 6-12 only.
Signups are on JULY 3rd at 8:00 AM at the site you want your child to attend. The three sites are the JFK Coliseum, Livingston Park, and Piscataquog River Park.
Activities include but are not limited to:
Field Trips ( 11 and 12 year olds)
Arts and Crafts
For more info click here or call Erik at 624-6444
Hello newsletter readers!
It is sooo busy here in Parks, Recreation & Cemeteries with so much going on it makes our heads spin! Attached is the newsletter for June which is full of information about what has happening and what is coming up. As always, we encourage you to get out and recreate in our parks and join our programs.
Thanks for the support we receive every day!
The Manchester Parks, Recreation, and Cemeteries Division is growing their youth tennis program by joining Net Generation. Led by an approved Net Generation coach, the program will focus on developing the skills to serve, rally, and score - so it is perfect for first time tennis players. Once the skills are there, the kids will be playing fun organized team matches.
This program will use modified tennis balls and court sizes so players can learn and play the game without the stress of leaving their comfort zone.
All players receive a USTA Junior Team Tennis t-shirt and an age appropriate racquet and ball.
Every Tuesday from 7/17 to 8/21
Grades 1-2 4:30 to 5:30
Grades 3-5 5:30 to 6:30
Grades 6-8 6:30 to 7:30
All lessons take place at the Manchester High School West Tennis Courts
$60 for all 6 weeks.
For more info on how to sign up click here or email Erik Bukowski at firstname.lastname@example.org
The state of New Hampshire recently confirmed that the Emerald Ash Borer (EAB), an invasive insect from Asia that has killed millions of ash trees nationwide, has been found in Manchester, joining a growing list of New Hampshire towns. In an effort to slow the spread of this insect, the state has issued a quarantine on the movement of all ash materials, as well as all hardwood firewood and wood chips, coming out of and through Hillsborough, Rockingham, Belknap, and Merrimack counties. The Merrimack county quarantine has been in effect since 2013.
Please visit http://nhbugs.org/emerald-ash-borer for specific quarantine details. This website also contains information concerning many aspects of EAB, including how to identify it and what options you have to protect your ash trees..
To report evidence of EAB, please call either:
- NH Division of Forests & Lands – (603) 271-2214
- Pierra Siegart, State Entomologist – (603) 271-2561
- Manchester Division of Parks, Recreation, & Cemeteries – (603) 624-6444 x5350